Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters (Colossians 3:23)
Girls' Night Out
All the women of the Parish are warmly encouraged and invited to come along. Held on the 4th Thursday of each month at a local eating place, or occasionally at a member's home.
We share food and fellowship together and get to know each other in a relaxed setting.
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing (1 Thessalonians 5:11)
The Men's Group meets on the 4th Thursday of the month, either at the home of one of the members or at one of the churches. While lots of laughter and the odd glass of red wine is customary, it doesn't preclude serious discussion. Each meeting there are a range of topics of interest are often brought up spontaneously and spirited dialogue ensues. Newcomers are always welcome.
Women’s Fellowship Ringwood/ KnoxMeetings are on the first Friday of the month, usually at Ringwood church at 2pm. However our program is flexible with activities ranging from Bible Studies. Coffee outings, games afternoons and guest speakers. It is an opportunity to come along and enjoy welcoming, friendly company and an inviting atmosphere to bring friends along to join us. For program enquires please contact the church office.
Meet Stephanie, one of our members
According to my grandkids, I'm an ageing hippy. I was (and probably still am) into challenging traditions and resisting authority. I acknowledge that the Bible contains intellectual absurdities and scientific inaccuracies that have caused many to lose their faith and become atheists, my husband and daughter among them. What keeps me coming to worship every Sunday? Communal worship is the big thing, and the sense of community flows into social activities. Knox is a small congregation so it’s a family, not an organisation. This means that we get to know all of our members well. We attend each other’s birthday/anniversary parties (some are even held at the church), we celebrate achievements; but more importantly we support each other when failures and losses happen. And when new members join us, they are quickly accepted as individuals, rather than just names on the membership list.